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Re: PGz Gym

Postby Lieutenant Fatman » Sat Jun 29, 2013 11:30 am

Started off light on my first attempt, as I'm not really used to doing many sit ups or squats.

7 sets:
- 10 push-ups
- 10 squats
- 10 sit ups

..in a time of 8:19.
Felt like a good workout, cheers. Will try to do more on my next go.
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Re: PGz Gym

Postby jdot07 » Sat Jun 29, 2013 2:59 pm

Smashed it out this morning in just over 12 mins. should of maybe listened to the doc cause my hamstring is killing now. :lol:
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Re: PGz Gym

Postby jdot07 » Mon Jul 01, 2013 9:52 pm

Workout music?

I know whenever I'm cracking a workout I like to have abit of electric dance music playing for a little extra motivation.

So what's everyones choice of motivational music?
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Re: PGz Gym

Postby Lieutenant Fatman » Mon Jul 01, 2013 11:03 pm

I've never really used any, anything you'd recommend?
Too hot to workout this evening, I need to get a fan. Might go for it tomorrow morning.
How's your hamstring? You recovered yet?
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Re: PGz Gym

Postby Musashi1596 » Mon Jul 01, 2013 11:10 pm

Any Rocky montage music, on an infinite loop.
OK, not really.

Lieutenant Fatman wrote:Too hot to workout this evening, I need to get a fan.

This is the biggest obstacle I face, I always overheat before I get tired. Even on cold days. I don't really sweat, so can't cool myself down properly. Royal pain when doing high intensity stuff, I regularly almost passed out during Tae Kwon Do. Last time I used an exercise bike I had to have a tower fan propped up on chairs next to me. Once I am medically able to return to running, I suspect I will do most of it in the rain.
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Re: PGz Gym

Postby Lieutenant Fatman » Mon Jul 01, 2013 11:23 pm

That sounds awkward. You would do well with some proper air conditioning. Or just buy a dozen fans and put them all round the room.
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Re: PGz Gym

Postby jdot07 » Tue Jul 02, 2013 7:12 am

Lieutenant Fatman wrote:I've never really used any, anything you'd recommend?


For runs and circuits I go with electric dance cause its nice and energetic but if just lifting weights I go with rock as better to be abit angry with it.

Lieutenant Fatman wrote:How's your hamstring? You recovered yet?


Still painful, doesn't help doing 5 or 6 session a day now so no real time to recover.
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Re: PGz Gym

Postby jdot07 » Sat Jul 06, 2013 10:26 am

Anyone tried the Insanity training program? I'm going away for abit soon and won't have much space to train other then small circuits so was thinking about using this for abit variety.
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Re: PGz Gym

Postby Musashi1596 » Sat Jul 06, 2013 12:28 pm

jdot07 wrote:Anyone tried the Insanity training program? I'm going away for abit soon and won't have much space to train other then small circuits so was thinking about using this for abit variety.
Not tried it but they could have thought of a better name, knowing the definition of insanity and all...
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Re: PGz Gym

Postby jdot07 » Sat Jul 06, 2013 3:53 pm

Musashi1596 wrote:
jdot07 wrote:Anyone tried the Insanity training program? I'm going away for abit soon and won't have much space to train other then small circuits so was thinking about using this for abit variety.
Not tried it but they could have thought of a better name, knowing the definition of insanity and all...


:lol: Guess "Abnormally Intense and Hard Workout" isn't as catchy or intriguing as "Instanity Workout".
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